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The Neuroscience Institute of MBL: 2003 NeuroImaging Seminars

Whitman Auditorium, 8:00 PM. Lectures are free and open to the public.

Date: Event:
6/19/03 "What the nose tells the brain about odors" - Larry Cohen, Yale University School of Medicine
6/26/03 "Calcium waves in pyramidal neurons" - Bill Ross, New York Medical College
7/03/03 "Monitoring synapses in fluorescent mice" - Jeff Lichtman, Washington University Medical School
7/10/03 "Not your father's snail: The new cell biology of learning and memory in Aplysia" - David Glanzman, UCLA
7/24/03 "Some recent development in deep two-photon imaging, fluorescent probes, and (maybe) electron microscopy" -Winfried Denk, Max Planck Institute, Germany - Lillie Auditorium
7/31/03 "Synaptotropic guidance of dendrite growth in zebrafish optic tectum" - Stephen Smith, Stanford University Medical School - Lillie Auditorium
8/07/03 "Imaging of presynaptic activity in a ribbon type synaptic terminal" - David Zenisek, Yale University School of Medicine - Lillie Auditorium
8/14/03 "Motor dysfunction and altered synaptic transmission at the parallel fiber-Purkinje cell synapse in mice lacking potassium channels Kv3.1 and Kv3.3 - Thomas Knopfel, RIKEN, Japan - Candle House 104/105
8/21/03 "Long-term potentiation of dendritic excitability in hippocampal neurons" - Dan Johnston, Baylor College of Medicine - Lillie Auditorium
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